Sorry Y'all, The Drake and 21 Savage Tiny Desk Concert is Not Real
Drake and 21 Savage trolled fans with a fake Tiny Desk performance promo.
The two rappers have been on a "press run" to promote their upcoming joint album, 'Her Loss.' And to add to the anticipation, Drake and Savage faked an NPR Tiny Desk performance.
On Wednesday, the duo posted a short clip of them seated in an office nearly identical to Tiny Desk's iconic backdrop.
The video begins with Drake and Savage introducing themselves next to a two-piece band.
"What's up everybody? Appreciate you joining us today, all the audience, everybody at home," Drake says.
The video concluded with the NPR Tiny Desk logo shown. Sadly, the clip was just a spoof to promote their upcoming album. NPR confirmed Wednesday that it's not real, and Drake and 21 have not stopped by their office for the segment (sadly.)
Nevertheless, NPR did not rule out the possibility of a concert in the future.
let's do it forreal tho https://t.co/FqdhuNoQBF
— NPR Music (@nprmusic) November 2, 2022
In addition to the Tiny Desk spoof, Drake and 21 also shared a joint Vogue cover and an edited interview with Howard Stern, which was all - you guessed it - fake.
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